Tommy Fleetwood is one of England's highest-ranked golfers and a regular contender on both PGA Tour and DP World Tour leaderboards.
The Southport swinger is yet to win on the PGA Tour but he's continually knocking on the door in the biggest events, finishing in the top five of six Majors including runners-up finishes at the 2018 US Open and the 2019 Open Championship.
Fleetwood has played in the last two Ryder Cups for Europe and is part of Luke Donald's team at Marco Simone Golf Club in September.
|Name||Tommy Paul Fleetwood|
|Born||Southport, Merseyside, England|
|Date of Birth||19th January, 1991|
|Career earnings||£15.9m (PGA Tour only)|
Fleetwood was born in Southport, Merseyside, England. He splits his time between the Wirral and a residence in Dubai.
Fleetwood has earned $20.1m on the PGA Tour (equivalent to £15.9m), figures boosted by five top-five finishes in Major championships, while his DP World Tour earnings, which also include the Majors and other co-sanctioned events, total £22m.
Fleetwood is estimated to be worth approximately £11.7m and his biggest individual payday came at the 2019 Nedbank Challenge on the DP World Tour, where he banked close to £2m for winning the title.
Fleetwood's long-term caddie is his close friend Ian 'Fino' Finnis, who has been on his bag since 2016.
Finnis, a fine amateur golfer in his own right, became an assistant professional at Formby Hall near Southport before joining Fleetwood on tour, initially on a temporary basis.
The little-and-large combo - Finnis is 6ft 7in - have since formed one of the strongest player-caddie relationships in the sport.
Having previously been with Nike, Fleetwood found himself without a club manufacturer in 2016 when the sportswear giant decided to stop producing golf equipment, leaving him with a mix-and-match set-up featuring various brands.
However, the Englishman signed a multi-year deal with TaylorMade in 2020 and now uses a TaylorMade Stealth 2 Plus driver and TaylorMade woods and irons. He also keeps a 60 degree Titleist Vokey Prototype wedge in the bag.
Fleetwood has opted for an Odyssey White Hot Pro 3 putter and he plays a TaylorMade TP5x #19 ball.
Fleetwood enjoyed a dream Ryder Cup debut, winning four points at Le Golf National, Paris, in 2018 to help Europe to a comprehensive 17.5-10.5 victory on home soil.
The rookie struck up a memorable partnership with Francesco Molinari, the pair winning all four matches together and earning the nickname Moliwood as well as a European Tour social media clip of them waking up hungover in bed together with the Ryder Cup on Monday morning!
With Molinari absent, Fleetwood and his European teammates found things a lot tougher at Whistling Straits in 2021.
Fleetwood played two fourball matches, winning half a point alongside rookie Viktor Hovland, then he halved his Sunday singles match with Jordan Spieth with the Ryder Cup already gone. His overall record stands at 4-2-2.